Dorset are re-consulting on the Home to School Transport Policy and the Post 16 Transport Policy for 2019/2020 with effect from Monday 3rd September 2018 to Sunday 30th September 2018. Details of the consultation are available to view here. There are also two accompanying documents to provide additional information to potential respondents.
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We are delighted to tell you about a sporting triumph for our partner school in Uganda. Nakirebe Primary School were invited to represent Uganda, in the netball competition, at the East African International School Games. As you will see from the photos, not only did they travel to Rwanda to represent their country; they won the competition!!! Congratulations to them all on a truly impressive performance.
We won! Today saw the St Mary’s Yr 5 & 6 football team bring home the Purbeck Cup.
Congratulations to all the triumphant players and to Mr White. Thank you to the tournament organiser and sponsor, and all the supporters through the (long!) season.
Congratulations must go to year 6 for a very successful performance of the play Bombs and Blackberries by Julia Donaldson. The audience packed the school hall and they were treated to a humorous and heartfelt rendition of a story, set in WW2, about evacuees and their adventures in the countryside; the escapades of their families. The children have worked really hard during the last few weeks to learn lines and put together a very polished performance.
Breaking news! The Christmas chicks, which were purchased for our Ugandan partner school with the proceeds from our Christmas concerts and carol services, are all grown up and laying plenty of eggs!
Congratulations and best wishes to all our children who celebrated their first communion on Sunday 15 July 2018.
Y5 were VIP guests at the official opening of Swanage Youth Hostel after its £1.5 million refurbishment. They accompanied the mayor and CEOs of the Youth Hostel to cut the ribbon before being treated to a delicious lunch and some enormous ice-creams! After lunch they had a session learning about dinosaurs and fossil-hunting on the Jurassic Coast and even had the opportunity to go panning for fossils. An amazing day and thank you to everyone at Swanage Youth Hostel for inviting our pupils to be part of this event.
Our amazing children! Thank you to all parents and carers who helped on the walks, and to all who have pledged sponsorship. We had a great – rather hot – day out. Between them, the children walked almost 750 miles!
St Mary’s y4 football team won the Swanage Shield local tournament after an exciting final where they beat St Mark’s 4-2.